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By William Shakespeare 
Directed by Dan Wirth 
Stage Managed by Rebecca Ross

Sir John Falstaff returns in this lighthearted, wild romp of a comedy!

Rolling into the town of Windsor, England, broke and with his troupe of "rascals" he quickly sets about refilling his coffers by swindling the lovely ladies of Windsor, Mistress Page and Mistress Ford. The ladies, however, prove the wittier of the sexes and set about with plans of their own! 

Mayhem and mischief are sure to abound in this production directed under the open sky by veteran thespian Dan Wirth. Guaranteed to entertain young and old alike! After producing A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the grounds of Chippewa Park and Much Ado About Nothing at beautiful lakefront Berger Park, Fury is bringing the works of the Bard to the scenic grounds of historic Indian Boundary Park this June. The Merry Wives of Windsor has been recognized as one of Shakespeare’s most farcical plays! 

Twilight:  June 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 @ 7pm       
Matinees: June 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 @ 2:00pm

Indian Boundary Park, 2500 West Lunt Ave

Tickets $15 General Admission, $49 Family Pack (4-6 Family Members)

Bard at the Boundary returns with

Have a sneak peak at our Merry Wives preview for the 
Spring Theatre Preview  at the Greenhouse Theater Center
  Sunday, April 6th, 2014 
Thanks to TheatrePros for hosting such a fantastic event!
Midsummer Nights 2012
Much Ado  2013
Much Ado  2013
Director's Spotlight!
Meet Dan Wirth...
Fury is pleased to have the seasoned thespian, Dan Wirth, direct 
The Merry Wives of Windsor

          As Dan says, he has been involved with theatre since before there were dinosaurs. As a professional actor, he toured throughout the United States with The Acting Company.While in New York City, he performed at the Public Theatre, the Harold Clurman Theatre, the 18th Street Playhouse, the Lamb’s Theatre, Playwright’s Horizons, The American Place Theatre, and the Actor’s and Director’s Lab (later renamed the Samuel Beckett Theatre.) In Europe, he performed at the Edinburgh International Theatre Festival and in London’s West End at the Donmar Warehouse.                                                                                     
            Regionally, he has appeared at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, and the Utah and Oregon Shakespeare Festivals. He has worked with the esteemed directors Alan Schneider, Joseph Papp, Michael Langham, Liviu Ciulei, Garland Wright, Jerry Turner, and Sharon Ott, and has appeared on-stage with James Cromwell, J. T. Walsh, Jimmy Smits, Jamey Sheridan, Bob Gunton, Diane Venora, Kathleen Widdoes, David Warrilow, Alvin Epstein, Leigh Taylor-Young, Margaret Reed, Howard Korder, Wayne Knight, and Jeff Daniels. Dan was a Chicago Cub in the film Rookie of the Year. Dan has directed for six theatre companies in the Chicago area. As Artistic Director of The Intimate Theatre, his production of Miss Julie, the play's world premiere in a new translation, had a highly successful run with a cast of professional actors. 
               Also a published poet and a film maker, Dan has taught theatre and communication courses at Dominican University, Wright College, Harper College, Oakton Community College, Daley College, Barat College, and Lake Forest College. In his 18 years at Northeastern Illinois University he has directed The Cherry Orchard, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Fuddy Meers, An Inspector Calls, Charley’s Aunt, The Skin of Our Teeth, The Birthday Party, Dracula, Buried Child, Little Murders, The Curate Shakespeare As You Like It, The Nerd, four Children’s Theatre productions, and eight Summer Transition Program Drama Workshops. He appeared on stage there as a very large Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest. He has an M.F.A. from The University of California, San Diego, and a B.S. from Central Michigan University.